Jason’s Latest Episodes
In this ground-breaking and inspiring podcast series, Positive Real Estate’s Jason Whitton embarks on a journey to discover the true meaning of wealth, by interviewing world-renowned leaders and wealth champions who have achieved extraordinary levels of abundance. Some of whom are the very experts and advisors that have impacted and contributed to Jason’s success as a property investor and coach.
On today’s episode I have the good fortune of interviewing my dear friend and business partner for the past 18 years, Sam Saggers. Without doubt one of our country’s brightest minds when it comes to real estate investing, Sam’s backstory and eventual “rags to riches” ascendence is truly inspiring.
After today’s episode, do yourself a favour – if you haven’t already – and listen to Sam’s podcast the Urban Property Investor. It’s the podcast the experts listen to – and savvy investors.
Dr Jodie Lowinger is the CEO and Founder of the Sydney Anxiety Clinic. Jodie is a Clinical Psychologist and has worked in organisational, hospital and community settings for more than 20 years. She holds a Doctor of Clinical Psychology and a Master of Science (University of Sydney) and was awarded the University Medal for Psychology (UNSW). Jodie combines a compassionate and engaging personal style with a pragmatic, solutions-oriented approach.
Cyndi O’Meara is a nutritionist, best selling author, documentary maker and founder of food company Changing Habits and education platform The Nutrition Academy.
Cyndi graduated with a Bachelor of Science majoring in Nutrition from Deakin University back in 1984 – with her almost 40 years in the industry making her the DOYEN of Nutrition in Australia.
Pam Brook is co-founder of Brookfarm, a family business based in Byron Bay, New South Wales. Together with her husband, Martin Brook, she has transformed a rundown, weed-infested dairy farm into a spectacularly beautiful patch of land that follows regenerative farming practices and produces premium nationally recognized macadamia products. She is a great believer in a nutritionally balanced diet and a healthy, sustainable food chain. In a previous career, she worked as a dentist.
Today – Pam is the author of the new book We Can All Eat That – a book all about raising healthy adventurous eaters and helping to prevent food allergies.
It’s been a bumper few months on The Wealth Faculty and we haven’t come up for her to process all the wisdom shared with my guests over the last few months.
Today is the day we do that! I bring on the show’s producer, Marcus Pearce, to discuss some of the big themes that have come up across a number of episodes. If you’ve listened to a lot of The Wealth Faculty, this episode will be a good “golden nugget” chat. If you’re new, you’ll get an idea of what comes up each week on the podcast.
A really interesting and inspiring chat for you today! From dealing with self doubt, balancing work and family, investing in property and even some acting tips, this conversation with Tim Robards has plenty to feast your ears on.
Tim is a chiropractor, human biomechanics enthusiast, TV personality, speaker, inspired educator in health and wellbeing, all round fitness fanatic and founder of The Robards Method. Tim was initially inspired to health and wellbeing by his grandma through her practice of Chinese massage (hear about that in the interview).
Have you ever wondered who the people are behind beautiful landmarks, buildings, townships and cities?
Andy Hoyne is one such person, the Founding Principal of Hoyne. He has been working in and around the property sector for the last 25+ years, helping major Australian and international developers and Councils create recognisable landmarks across Australia.
Money without meaning leads to debauchery and money with meaning leads to philanthropy. – Dr John Demartini shares his wealth wisdom in part two of our interview on this latest episode of The Wealth Faculty.
Whether you’re new to Dr Demartini or an avid consumer of his genius, this episode will empower and inspire you to take the next step on your adventure in life.
On top of wealth we discuss mastering grief, creating a ritual of gratitude, and of course – the true meaning of wealth.
“What they told me I was not destined to do became the very thing I was blessed to do.” Dr John Demartini has had more “setbacks” than most. Which is why he’s supremely qualified to discuss how we can all turn out setbacks into comebacks.
This episode is the first of two parts. Today we discuss how to turn past events – particularly the hardest ones – into blessings and gifts.
What if the answers to the problems of the world weren’t as unachievable as you thought?
In this episode, we discuss some of the simple, yet powerful ways in which we can do our bit to regenerate and heal the planet. Big claims, I know, but Charlie Arnott is not one to play the small game.